A law is only as effective as its enforcement. A history of letting people ignore laws only makes the reaction exponentially more explosive when the inevitable crackdown comes.

This proved true in Freeport not too long back when, after decades of letting building violations and other noncompliances with its ordinances go unpenalized, the city began requiring owners of rundown homes to make repairs and those with trash-filled yards to start cleaning things up. Many property owners — people who both owned where they lived and rented them out to others — raised a fuss about the unreasonableness of city officials.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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Then we have illegitimate president sleepy joe who not only won't enforce immigration laws, but encourages illegal aliens to break our laws and come across our borders in large masses.

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You are spreading disinformation, Bulldog.



But on Sunday, an unnamed Biden transition official said that migrants hoping to claim asylum in the U.S. during the first few weeks of the new administration "need to understand they're not going to be able to come into the United States immediately,"


Notice the word immediately

Father of Six

How do you feel about illegal immigration Mr. Morris?

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